Page 1 of 10 12345 ... LastLast
Results 1 to 50 of 451
  1. #1
    mtbr member
    Reputation: zuuds's Avatar
    Join Date
    Jan 2004
    Posts
    418

    Specialized Command Post Blacklite

    Looks like Specialized has come out with a new and improved Command post: http://www.bikerumor.com/2011/04/19/...d-your-saddle/.

    The new lever looks sweet, but too bad they kept the one-bolt head.

  2. #2
    T.W.O
    Reputation: pfox90's Avatar
    Join Date
    Aug 2010
    Posts
    1,730
    They need to make a 27.2 diameter one.

  3. #3
    MattSavage
    Reputation: mattsavage's Avatar
    Join Date
    Sep 2003
    Posts
    2,461
    Quote Originally Posted by zuuds
    Looks like Specialized has come out with a new and improved Command post: http://www.bikerumor.com/2011/04/19/...d-your-saddle/.

    The new lever looks sweet, but too bad they kept the one-bolt head.
    Can't wait see the battle that ensues over the remote lever. I wonder if it's only compatible with Specialized's grips.
    "I wrote a hit play! What have you ever done?!"

    Have Ashtray, Will Travel....

  4. #4
    mtbr member
    Reputation: zuuds's Avatar
    Join Date
    Jan 2004
    Posts
    418
    Quote Originally Posted by mattsavage
    Can't wait see the battle that ensues over the remote lever. I wonder if it's only compatible with Specialized's grips.
    It looks like you can get the remote in two flavors: one that comes with grips, in which case the remote lever doubles as the grip retention clamp, or without grips, in which case the remote lever just mounts to empty space on the handlebar like anything else.

    In looking at the picture of the dual purpose remote lever/grip clamp, I don't see why that couldn't be made to work with some other brand of grips. However, Big S is the master of making things proprietary just for the sake of being non-compatible with everything else -- for example their oddball headset size and proprietary remote cable on the old Command Post -- so that remains to be seen. But they deserve props for offering two versions.

  5. #5
    mtbr member
    Reputation: hardboiled's Avatar
    Join Date
    Jun 2006
    Posts
    633
    more info up on the Specialized website. Here's some tech/marketing spew. They say it's 100g less than the old Command Post, but you sure wouldn't know it by looking at the claimed weights on their own website (which appear to be about the same)...

    edit tried to make the pic bigger but that's the best I could do... go to the spec website if you want to read it, I guess.

    Last edited by hardboiled; 04-26-2011 at 03:10 PM.

  6. #6
    The Unaffiliated
    Reputation:
    Join Date
    Oct 2009
    Posts
    842
    I love the Command Post that came with my Enduro. Nice to know that if it craps out there is an updated version.

  7. #7
    mtbr member
    Reputation:
    Join Date
    Mar 2010
    Posts
    75
    Does anybody know when these (Blacklite) will be sold in stores?
    I called a specialized dealer and the guy had no idea

  8. #8
    T.W.O
    Reputation: pfox90's Avatar
    Join Date
    Aug 2010
    Posts
    1,730
    Quote Originally Posted by Redley78
    Does anybody know when these (Blacklite) will be sold in stores?
    I called a specialized dealer and the guy had no idea
    Sounds promising lol
    ------__o
    ----_`\<,_
    ---(_)/ (_)

  9. #9
    Capricious youth...
    Reputation: Prettym1k3's Avatar
    Join Date
    Oct 2005
    Posts
    3,815
    I can't wait to get my hands on one of these.
    Meh.

  10. #10
    mtbr member
    Reputation:
    Join Date
    Mar 2010
    Posts
    75
    Quote Originally Posted by pfox90
    Sounds promising lol
    Not really, It just means that most customer service reps dont know crap. I thought someone in this forum might have some insight.

  11. #11
    mtbr member
    Reputation: hardboiled's Avatar
    Join Date
    Jun 2006
    Posts
    633
    looks like they are available through the Specialized website right now.

  12. #12
    mtbr member
    Reputation: SFBMRC's Avatar
    Join Date
    Oct 2006
    Posts
    246
    All sized except the 30.9/75mm are in stock.

    Looks like a pretty sweet post. I JUST bought the older model but am now selling it because I need a zero offset post. Too bad they don't make an zero offset version.

  13. #13
    GAME ON!
    Reputation: saturnine's Avatar
    Join Date
    Mar 2007
    Posts
    4,968
    i keep waiting to buy the perfect post and a new one keeps coming out every couple of months. when i can haz my adj. post?

  14. #14
    mtbr member
    Reputation:
    Join Date
    Nov 2006
    Posts
    52
    Got mine yesterday and the shop I go to has some in stock. Seatpost is super nice!

  15. #15
    mtbr member
    Reputation: mojo28246's Avatar
    Join Date
    Aug 2007
    Posts
    172
    I don't know about new and improved it looks like a KS copy with the remote, cable housing and quick release cable system. I thought I saw a pic on a scale months ago a ks post with cable and remote that weight 520g. I was hoping that the new command post would be hydraulic and offer in 27.2.

  16. #16
    mtbr member
    Reputation:
    Join Date
    Mar 2010
    Posts
    75
    Here is an article about the blacklite from singletrack.com
    http://singletrack.competitor.com/20...lacklite_15677

  17. #17
    meow meow
    Reputation: b-kul's Avatar
    Join Date
    Sep 2009
    Posts
    10,622
    eh. i like the two drop feature and the remote but the rest is so so. the reverb is like 510 grams and ks has a post coming out that is like 450 grams. plus the clamping system still looks bad.

  18. #18
    mtbr member
    Reputation:
    Join Date
    Mar 2010
    Posts
    75
    After researching and trying this post on my bike at the store i must say, its not for everybody. There is just too little adjustability in these with all travel versions.
    I can only have 7.5 inches of post in my frame, this leaves 3-4 inches out of the frame at its lowest travel setting. This creates downhill situations where i want my post dropped, but max drop from seatclamp is 4 inches. Climbing seat height would also be too high with the 4 and 5 inch versions.
    Once again, not for everyone, and i am a very average person 5'10" 165 lbs.

  19. #19
    mtbr member
    Reputation:
    Join Date
    Nov 2007
    Posts
    896
    Ok I just got the 100mm travel blacklite post from specialized. I was going kind of crazy trying to decide between the 75mm and 100mm post because I wasn't sure if the 100mm would fit me and my bike.
    So, for those of you that might be looking for the information, you will need to have at least 6.5 inches of seatpost exposed on your current seatpost in order to use the 100mm version. This is assuming that you can fit the whole bottom part of the post into your seat tube.
    In other words, the bottom section of the command post is roughly 8.5 inches from the bottom of the post up to where the post flares out. Then above that, there is roughly 6.5 inches up to the middle of the seat rail(when the post is fully extended).

    So in the example above by Redley78, since he can only fit 7.5 inches of seatpost in his frame, he would need to have 7.5 inches of post exposed(when the post is fully extended).

  20. #20
    monster member
    Reputation: Wheelspeed's Avatar
    Join Date
    Jan 2006
    Posts
    634
    Quote Originally Posted by pwu_1
    Ok I just got the 100mm travel blacklite post from specialized. I was going kind of crazy trying to decide between the 75mm and 100mm post because I wasn't sure if the 100mm would fit me and my bike.
    So, for those of you that might be looking for the information, you will need to have at least 6.5 inches of seatpost exposed on your current seatpost in order to use the 100mm version. This is assuming that you can fit the whole bottom part of the post into your seat tube.
    In other words, the bottom section of the command post is roughly 8.5 inches from the bottom of the post up to where the post flares out. Then above that, there is roughly 6.5 inches up to the middle of the seat rail(when the post is fully extended).

    So in the example above by Redley78, since he can only fit 7.5 inches of seatpost in his frame, he would need to have 7.5 inches of post exposed(when the post is fully extended).
    Thanks, that's some good info on the 100mm post. Can you also tell us how many inches from the bottom to the minimum insertion line? (I have a lot of seat post exposed, don't care about maximum drop, so would like to get the 100mm version instead of the heavier 125mm version if I can raise it enough.)
    Have fun!

  21. #21
    mtbr member
    Reputation:
    Join Date
    Nov 2007
    Posts
    896
    Quote Originally Posted by Wheelspeed
    Thanks, that's some good info on the 100mm post. Can you also tell us how many inches from the bottom to the minimum insertion line? (I have a lot of seat post exposed, don't care about maximum drop, so would like to get the 100mm version instead of the heavier 125mm version if I can raise it enough.)
    I weighed the post with all the hardware that came with it and it weighed 540 grams on my scale.

    Minimum insertion is 100mm, just slightly less than 4 inches. At minimum insertion, there is 280mm(about 11 inches) exposed from top of seat tube to middle of seat rail.

    So basically, assuming your frame's seat tube is long enough to fit the whole seat post, if your current seat post has between 6.5 inches to 11 inches exposed, then the 100mm post will work for you.

  22. #22
    Delirious Tuck
    Reputation: thefriar's Avatar
    Join Date
    Jan 2008
    Posts
    2,418
    If you check the comments looks like the old command post was weighed without cables and remote and new 100g less blacklite was measured with them.

    I have one on order, should be in today I hope... I've heard mixed reviews and I'm a GD fan boy for years without issue so I'm a bit nervous.

  23. #23
    mtbr member
    Reputation:
    Join Date
    Nov 2007
    Posts
    896
    Right. The new post is about 100 grams lighter than the old one(25 bucks cheaper too!). I just put the weight there to compare to the claimed weight of 531 grams.

    What kind of mixed reviews have you heard? The only complaints I've found were about the cable being proprietary(which has been changed to use regular derailleur cable now) and the first generation ones with the leaky seal(also has been fixed with a better seal).

    I just installed mine last night so only rode around the block but so far it seems to work really good. Once it is locked in position the post does not move at all. No play whatsoever.
    I have only 2 minor quibbles if you can even call it that.
    1) When the post is fully extended, if you grab the bike by the post you'll get grease on your hands.
    2) The trigger is hard to push if your weight is totally on the saddle

    I was deciding between the GD and the blacklite. Picked the blacklite because I needed a setback seatpost. Also the blacklite needs slightly less minimum exposed seatpost than the GD(6.5 inches vs 7.25 inches

  24. #24
    mtbr member
    Reputation:
    Join Date
    Mar 2010
    Posts
    75
    Quote Originally Posted by pwu_1
    Right. The new post is about 100 grams lighter than the old one(25 bucks cheaper too!). I just put the weight there to compare to the claimed weight of 531 grams.

    What kind of mixed reviews have you heard? The only complaints I've found were about the cable being proprietary(which has been changed to use regular derailleur cable now) and the first generation ones with the leaky seal(also has been fixed with a better seal).

    I just installed mine last night so only rode around the block but so far it seems to work really good. Once it is locked in position the post does not move at all. No play whatsoever.
    I have only 2 minor quibbles if you can even call it that.
    1) When the post is fully extended, if you grab the bike by the post you'll get grease on your hands.
    2) The trigger is hard to push if your weight is totally on the saddle

    I was deciding between the GD and the blacklite. Picked the blacklite because I needed a setback seatpost. Also the blacklite needs slightly less minimum exposed seatpost than the GD(6.5 inches vs 7.25 inches
    i am in the same boat as you, as far as decisions go. However, I am deciding to go with the Turbo GD because the post is shorter below the clamp, 6.75" (350mm GD) vs 8.5" (BL). And in my situation with my frame only accepting 7.5 inches of post, i will be able to run the GD at max height of 7.25 vs 7.5 (BL), and dropped to 3.25" vs 3.50" (BL).

  25. #25
    mtbr member
    Reputation:
    Join Date
    Mar 2010
    Posts
    75
    Sorry for the double post... Anyone know of any gravity dropper retailers in Socal/OC areas? Id rather see the post in person before purchasing.

  26. #26
    Delirious Tuck
    Reputation: thefriar's Avatar
    Join Date
    Jan 2008
    Posts
    2,418
    Post up in the SoCal forums, surely someone in your area will have one on their bike to show you...

  27. #27
    monster member
    Reputation: Wheelspeed's Avatar
    Join Date
    Jan 2006
    Posts
    634

    75mm info?

    Kind of surprised Specialized didn't post more info yet to help people choose the right size.

    With pwu's help, I've learned that the 100mm version would work on my hardtail bike, but is too long for my old FSR which doesn't allow much post to be in the seat tube.

    Anyone have all the measurements of the 75mm version? Minimum insertion, length from bottom of post to bottom of flange (where it flairs out), and length from bottom of flange to the saddle rail mount?
    Have fun!

  28. #28
    Delirious Tuck
    Reputation: thefriar's Avatar
    Join Date
    Jan 2008
    Posts
    2,418
    I had the post out for field testing this weekend. Worked as advertised, but the return is a little quick for my likes, maybe drop the air pressure a bit and see where that takes me.

  29. #29
    mtbr member
    Reputation:
    Join Date
    Dec 2004
    Posts
    248
    Could someone who has installed one of the Blacklites post a photo of the lever / cable housing / barrel adjuster arrangement? I am putting one of the 100 mm versions on my bike and I'm questioning the arrangement near the lever. There is a long piece made of soft rubber that has me scratching my head - I don't see it in the instructions and can't figure where it's supposed to go. They also seem to have shorted me on ferrules.

    Thanks.

  30. #30
    mtbr member
    Reputation:
    Join Date
    Nov 2007
    Posts
    896
    Quote Originally Posted by Wheeldog
    Could someone who has installed one of the Blacklites post a photo of the lever / cable housing / barrel adjuster arrangement? I am putting one of the 100 mm versions on my bike and I'm questioning the arrangement near the lever. There is a long piece made of soft rubber that has me scratching my head - I don't see it in the instructions and can't figure where it's supposed to go. They also seem to have shorted me on ferrules.

    Thanks.
    The long black piece that kinda looks like a miniature missile? I think that is supposed to be a seal for the cable at the seatpost end but I couldn't figure out how to use it so I just left it off.
    My post was also short 1 ferrule once I cut the housing to install the tension adjustment thingy

  31. #31
    mtbr member
    Reputation:
    Join Date
    Sep 2009
    Posts
    19
    Quote Originally Posted by Wheeldog
    Could someone who has installed one of the Blacklites post a photo of the lever / cable housing / barrel adjuster arrangement? I am putting one of the 100 mm versions on my bike and I'm questioning the arrangement near the lever. There is a long piece made of soft rubber that has me scratching my head - I don't see it in the instructions and can't figure where it's supposed to go. They also seem to have shorted me on ferrules.

    Thanks.
    I will try to take a picture later, but I left the black rubber piece out as well, I have no idea what it is for.

    Mine goes Lever>Housing>Adjuster>Housing>Post

    Mine came with the correct amount of ferrules.

  32. #32
    mtbr member
    Reputation:
    Join Date
    Dec 2004
    Posts
    248
    pwu_1 and Kaliman,

    Thanks - I got it figured out and installed. I hate having leftover parts - you can even see the rubber missile-looking thing in the photos from Specialized. I ended up installing the barrel adjuster a little ways down from the noodle, pretty much in line with the stem. My frame (Blur LTc has the guides) so the routing was really pretty clean.

    I guess they use that barrel and tiny hex setscrew at the saddle end to save weight, but jeez I was worried I'd strip something out when I was tightening it down. I like to torque things to spec but who the hell has a torque wrench with that size bit? Maybe a Swiss watchmaker someplace.

    Getting a real run of rain around here so I haven't had time to try out the post but it seems pretty solid.

  33. #33
    Member of The Yeti Tribe
    Reputation: swan3609's Avatar
    Join Date
    Oct 2006
    Posts
    702
    Funny thing working in a bike shop..

    I Just built up a Yeti ASR-7 with the old version of the Command post a month ago.. After I get 2 rides on the post the new BL version comes out and earlier last week I mention that I like the new lever better then the old version I have..
    So yesterday my manager tells me that my new seat post is in..

    WTF? I didnt order a new seatpost, mine is like brand new?!

    Turns out he decided that the new version is that much better and would help me with my inner weight weenie, so he ordered me the new post without informing me.. So I mounted it up and It is much better then the old version.. the action is much smoother and the lever is tons better.. I was unsure about the in line adjuster but I guess its cool.. I just would rather not have 4 housing ends rather then 2 for the old version.. but all in all it is an improvement..

    I just hope I can sell my old post for how much the new one cost..

  34. #34
    mtbr member
    Reputation:
    Join Date
    Apr 2011
    Posts
    33
    For a Large size 2011 Stumpy FSR Elite... Should I get the 100 or 125mm version. I am 6ft tall with long legs... Thx

  35. #35
    mtbr member
    Reputation:
    Join Date
    Sep 2009
    Posts
    19
    You should be fine with the 125mm.

  36. #36
    mtbr member
    Reputation:
    Join Date
    Nov 2007
    Posts
    896
    Quote Originally Posted by AEsco48 View Post
    For a Large size 2011 Stumpy FSR Elite... Should I get the 100 or 125mm version. I am 6ft tall with long legs... Thx
    The amount of drop is all personal perference.
    You should however, determine whether both will fit before deciding on which one to order.
    I have the 100mm post and according to my measurements, you'll need at least 6.5 inches of exposed seatpost on your current setup(measured from top of seat tube to center of seat rail) to use the 100mm post. For the 125mm post my guess is you would need 7.5 inches of exposed seatpost but no guarantees since I didn't actually try it.
    After that its just personal preference on the amount of drop.

  37. #37
    mtbr member
    Reputation: Lost Biker's Avatar
    Join Date
    Jun 2009
    Posts
    643
    Anyone have one of these new Blacklite yet? whats your review on it?

  38. #38
    mtbr member
    Reputation: BaeckerX1's Avatar
    Join Date
    Oct 2007
    Posts
    2,228
    The post itself seems good. There's no play in it at all yet. It's very sensitive to setup though and the cable that comes with it isn't all that good. I ended up having a remote lever that was incredibly difficult to push. I took it all apart and put a new shifter cable in and it was better. It's still nowhere near as smooth as the Reverb, but nothing is. The bonus in this post is that if it breaks on you mid-ride, the locking collet should make it so you have a normal post in most instances. When my Reverb failed mid-ride I was left standing.

    The post and operation seems great, but...they still haven't fixed the saddle clamping mechanism. I've had way too many issues of my saddle rotating backwards and the nose coming up to hit me in the balls. What's the point of a drop post if you have to stop and get out your multi-tool to correct your saddle position 3-4 times per ride? My friend said to put carbon paste where the 2 pieces meet so they don't rotate. He had that work for him. I need to try this, but I'm irritated that it needs half-ass fixes to make it work correctly. I'm not sure why there are no grooves and teeth at this joining. Take a Deity Tibia seatpost for example. It's 1 bolt, but it never rotates. I'm not sure why Specialized couldn't figure that out. With all the complaints about the first one, I'm not sure why they didn't go with a 2 bolt head.

    I'd still be riding the Reverb if it fit on my new bike and it wasn't in need of service. This is the best option for my frame though.
    Gotta get up to get down.
    LMB

  39. #39
    BLAH BLAH
    Reputation:
    Join Date
    Mar 2008
    Posts
    498
    ^^^ thats funny I toasted my cable in initial setup and had to put a new one in before trying it, it came apart while trying to get the set screw on there. I have been running mine for a little over a month now. I havant tried a Reverb but its way better than Joplin ever was. no annoying side to side play I can lift up on the saddle without worry of getting air in the system. The middle setting is at the perfect hight for me and I can find it every time. I really like the lever as well, it took a couple rides to get it exactly were I wanted it but now its just natural to hit it. I purchased this post for a couple reasons it was a mechanical and fully serviceable. It has lived up to my expectations thus far.
    Whats this line for?

  40. #40
    mtbr member
    Reputation:
    Join Date
    Nov 2007
    Posts
    896
    I've had mine since May and I love the post. No experience with the other seat posts so nothing else to compare to.
    I have not had any problems with it at all. The seat post I got actually had carbon assembly paste on the seat clamp assembly from the factory. I torqued the bolt down to spec and the seat has not moved at all.(I weigh about 165 without gear).
    The only nitpick thing I can say is that the lever is hard to push if I'm sitting on the seat. I have to slightly un-weigh, push the lever, then push the seat down with my butt. Sometimes I actually think that might be a good thing since it prevents accidental seat lowering.

  41. #41
    mtbr member
    Reputation: Lost Biker's Avatar
    Join Date
    Jun 2009
    Posts
    643
    Cool reviews. Leaning with Blacklite.

  42. #42
    mtbr member
    Reputation: BaeckerX1's Avatar
    Join Date
    Oct 2007
    Posts
    2,228
    Quote Originally Posted by ronabrandt View Post
    ^^^ thats funny I toasted my cable in initial setup and had to put a new one in before trying it, it came apart while trying to get the set screw on there.
    Mine did the same damn thing. The set screw split some of the threads in half on the steel cable. I was like WTF? I didn't tighten it too much. Any looser and the cable would pull right through the barrel without releasing the post.

    Quote Originally Posted by pwu_1 View Post
    I've had mine since May and I love the post. No experience with the other seat posts so nothing else to compare to.
    I have not had any problems with it at all. The seat post I got actually had carbon assembly paste on the seat clamp assembly from the factory. I torqued the bolt down to spec and the seat has not moved at all.(I weigh about 165 without gear).
    Mine didn't have any. Plus I'm quite a bit heavier than you so could explain why you're not having any issues.

    Quote Originally Posted by pwu_1 View Post
    The only nitpick thing I can say is that the lever is hard to push if I'm sitting on the seat. I have to slightly un-weigh, push the lever, then push the seat down with my butt. Sometimes I actually think that might be a good thing since it prevents accidental seat lowering.
    This is normal for every drop post I've used. With the Reverb it was not as pronounced, but it was still there.
    Gotta get up to get down.
    LMB

  43. #43
    BLAH BLAH
    Reputation:
    Join Date
    Mar 2008
    Posts
    498
    Quote Originally Posted by BaeckerX1 View Post

    Quote Originally Posted by pwu_1 View Post
    The only nitpick thing I can say is that the lever is hard to push if I'm sitting on the seat. I have to slightly un-weigh, push the lever, then push the seat down with my butt. Sometimes I actually think that might be a good thing since it prevents accidental seat lowering.

    This is normal for every drop post I've used. With the Reverb it was not as pronounced, but it was still there.
    I have never really noticed this, maybe its because I weigh nothing. Haven't had any slip issues either.
    Whats this line for?

  44. #44
    mtbr member
    Reputation: zuuds's Avatar
    Join Date
    Jan 2004
    Posts
    418
    I just picked mine up and installed it last night. It's my first dropper seatpost, so I have nothing to compare it to, but seems to work well. Haven't had a chance to ride yet.

    The owner's manual says to lubricate the inner tube (the smaller diameter part of the post) every ride, but doesn't say what to use. What are people using?

  45. #45
    mtbr member
    Reputation:
    Join Date
    Aug 2005
    Posts
    866
    Quote Originally Posted by zuuds View Post
    The owner's manual says to lubricate the inner tube (the smaller diameter part of the post) every ride, but doesn't say what to use. What are people using?
    I use TriFlow, but any thin/chain lube would work.
    After a ride I wipe off any dust/dirt, the lube the post, and seal, cycle it up & down a few times, then wipe off any excess oil - good to go for the next ride.

  46. #46
    mtbr member
    Reputation: zuuds's Avatar
    Join Date
    Jan 2004
    Posts
    418
    Did my first ride with the Blacklite today, it was very solid, no play or slop that I could detect. This was my first time ever on a dropper seatpost, and all I can say is wow. . . I see what all the hype is about now. At the push of a button you have an ideal pedaling position, you can to drop it to the middle for mixed climbing and descending, and then all the way down for descending. I could see where infinite adjustablity would be good to have, because the middle position seems a wee bit low, but the trade-off of having the reassuring "clunk" you feel when it lock into place is worth it.

    I did have one issue however, it moved up no problem from the bottom position to the middle position, but it didn't want to rise up from the middle to the top position. Most times, in order to get from the middle to the top, I would have to drop it all the way down first, and then let it rise two positions.

    I checked the air pressure from the factory, and it was 40 PSI. The manual said the post is shipped with 25 psi, and the absolute maximum pressure is 40. When I installed the post, I dropped the pressure to 30 psi figuring that would be a good middle ground to start.

    Are others having this problem, or is this something that will happen until the post gets a chance to break in? What PSI are people running? I am going to bump the air pressure up to 35 and see if that fixes it.

  47. #47
    Jai
    Jai is offline
    mtbr member
    Reputation:
    Join Date
    Nov 2010
    Posts
    23
    Hi guys, can you give a hand?

    I was about to buy a Reverb but it seems –at least to me- that a mechanical seatpost like the Blacklite is more reliable. The Specialized local dealer in Chile doesn’t have it, and I don’t want to buy a Reverb or KS being so far away. If they had any problem I would be on my own…

    So… can anyone give me the name or email address of your Lbs so I can try to reach them and get one? I would really appreciate it.

  48. #48
    mtbr member
    Reputation: Lost Biker's Avatar
    Join Date
    Jun 2009
    Posts
    643
    U can order directly from specialized.com

  49. #49
    Jai
    Jai is offline
    mtbr member
    Reputation:
    Join Date
    Nov 2010
    Posts
    23
    Quote Originally Posted by Lost Biker View Post
    U can order directly from specialized.com
    No, since there is a Specialized dealer here they don't ship to Chile.

  50. #50
    mtbr member
    Reputation:
    Join Date
    Mar 2011
    Posts
    20
    Looks like a rebranded X-Fusion Hilo 100 to me or atleast very very close to one.

Page 1 of 10 12345 ... LastLast

Posting Permissions

  • You may not post new threads
  • You may not post replies
  • You may not post attachments
  • You may not edit your posts
  •